A graduate of the Columbia University School of Law, she is also known for her incisive reporting on a wide range of legal topics.
Should the first lady finally retire that wide Azzedine Alaïa belt—the one the president refers to as her “Star Trek” belt?
The white uni features a wide, royal blue stripe down the side of the jersey.
This, even though Republican candidates and superPACs are collectively outspending them by a wide margin.
“Miraculously,” Burnett said, the movie would have a wide national release in 3,000 theaters.
I felt my way down the wide, dark staircase in my pursuit of zephyrs.
But he was too eager and wide awake just then to wish to take it.
He reached the green door, and with no surprise found it wide open.
Maria lay still, as if asleep, but wide awake and listening.
I wouldn't take the wide world an' shed blood wid my own hands.
Old English wid, from Proto-Germanic *widas (cf. Old Saxon, Old Frisian wid, Old Norse viðr, Dutch wijd, Old High German wit, German weit), perhaps from PIE *wi-ito-, from root *wi- "apart, away." Wide open "unguarded, exposed to attack" (1915) originally was in boxing, etc. Wide awake (adj.) is first recorded 1818; figurative sense of "alert, knowing" is attested from 1833.